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Chloe Fineman is one of two new cast members on “Saturday Night Live” and already is a hot commodity. Appearing in only 17 episodes so far, her impressions and costu...
During the day, you’ll likely find Dan Clay at work in New York City as a strategy consultant for banks, wearing a snappy suit and tie with his blond locks slicked back.
Off the clock, he’s on Instagram, where he has become a viral sensation for his colorful send-up of Carrie Bradshaw, the protagonist of the beloved HBO series “Sex and the City.”
Some of the most lovable characters on television are the ones we love to hate. Case in point: the despicable and cruel socialite Roman Roy, played with demonic glee by Kieran Culkin on HBO’s family dynasty series “Succession.”
John Mulaney is a storyteller, and a funny one, with an approach that relies on intelligence and life experience to make people laugh.
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Hundreds of devoted fans gathered on March 20 inside the Dolby Theatre to honor and kvell over CW cult favorite “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
The raunchy and comedic cast got together for a panel discussion at PaleyFest LA — most of which was “not safe for parents” — where the show was referred to in the past tense because it’s fourth and final season has wrapped.
Alex Edelman has a passion for creating content for Jews. Since 2014, The 31-year-old Modern Orthodox comedian and writer has been busy professionally creating a plethora of content — virtual and live.
In July 2018, Adam Eli’s life changed when he received an email from Penguin Random House asking him to write about the intersection of Judaism, queerness and activism.
In the Greenwich Village local’s literary debut, “The New Queer Conscience,” published in June, the 29-year-old shares that queer people anywhere are responsible for queer people everywhere.
The second season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” was brought to a close with a moment of cathartic violence. But one could argue the star of the scene wasn’t Alexis Biedel’s handmaid Emily but instead a voice offscreen: Annie Lennox.
Robby Hoffman sees what she wants in life and takes it, even if it’s a prime corner table at the Intelligentsia coffee shop in Silver Lake.
If you ask singer, actor and performer Mandy Patinkin what life is all about, he’ll say two things: children and art.
Jewish black activist and filmmaker Rebecca Pierce marched in a protest last weekend in Boston and told the Journal that more than anything, she feared what the police would do. She said she has tried to educate others, including her white friends and colleagues about police brutality and the hardships the black community faces every day, but she can only do so much.
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The New Jersey-based Loffman sisters — Sara, 27, Marni, 24, Hannah, 22, and Eliana, 16 — are baking and selling challah to shine a light on racism, poverty, anti-Semitism and other injustices.
Rabbi Sandra Lawson is the world’s first Black, openly gay female rabbi. Ordained in 2018, the social media star and Reconstructionist rabbi at Elon University in Elon, N.C., aims to lift up Jews around her to keep Jewish life strong.
The question always loomed: how to navigate the High Holy Days — the largest and most important Jewish holidays of the year — if the pandemic persisted.